CTK Newsletter

 


REMINDER: NO SCHOOL on Thursday and Friday(18-19) this week. Our teachers will be attending the MANS conference.

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT- The fourth grade class will be having the Coin War again this year to raise money for the Anka Akron Veterans program. This is a transitional housing program for veterans. The war will run from today, Monday, October 8th until Tuesday, October 23rd. 

THANK YOU to those who have donated so far to the sloppy joe meal. If you wish to donate please contact Lisa Gettel. On October 21 come out and support the 8th grade class. 

Chances are that many ​of our school parents do not have some critical documents for the protection of their families. These include a Will, durable powers of attorney (standard and for health care) or a living trust. Yes, such legal documents may not be needed for many years. But that is not always the case. Unexpected events in life can impact your family. There is information parents should consider to safeguard especially their children. 

    On Sunday, October 21, at 1:00 p.m. there will be a one-hour seminar at Immanuel. Bill Burmeister, Planning Counselor of the Michigan District CEF, will speak and answers questions about this important area of Christian stewardship. The seminar examines how you can begin to make an estate plan and what you can do to make life easier for your families in the event of something unexpected. Please invest the time to think about these important things.


CHESS CLUB Students interested in Chess Club, should meet in the cafeteria on Monday, October 22nd at 3:00. Also, a Sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside the office.


BASKETBALL players:​ Sign-ups for ALL grades are posted on the bulletin board outside the cafeteria. We are in NEED of “B” girls and boys coaches. Please let Mrs. Gremel know if you are interested. The season begins October 29th and runs through December 18th.

Devotional Concert to be Given by our Students - CTK students in grades 3-8 will give a devotional concert, Hallelujah for the Cross, on Wed., Nov. 7, 7 PM. The location is Immanuel's sanctuary. The students will sing and play hand chimes, handbells, recorder, clarinet and drums. Please have your child in the church basement by 6:30 PM. After the concert everyone is invited to a dessert buffet in the Great Room. The families of students in the third, fourth, and fifth grades are asked to bring a sweet treat for the buffet. Please bring your dessert to the Great Room by 6:30 PM before the concert. Set it on the tables provided for that purpose. When you are ready to leave the reception, kindly take your serving dish and the remainder of your treat home with you. No one will be in the kitchen to wash dishes or sort the remaining desserts. Four parents are needed to help serve punch and coffee. Please let me know if you are willing to help. You may call me (989 325 0672, no texting) or email me (FrauAngelika@yahoo.com). I look forward to greeting all parents on Nov. 7 after the concert. -Barbara Bleck





    CHRIST THE KING is in need of substitute teachers and latchey workers. If you are interested, please contact the school office.

    THANK YOU to Mr. Bumhoffer for volunteering his time to coach the B boys basketball team this year. We are still in need of a B girls coach. If you are interested, please contact Katie Gremel. Practices begin Monday, October 29.

    THE 7TH & 8TH GRADERS traveled to Farmington Hills last week to learn about the Holocaust. They toured the center and heard from a survivor during a talk and discussion session. What a unique experience these students were given.

    SOCCER AND VOLLEYBALL has ended for the season. Soccer fought hard for a 3rd place finish in the silver bracket. The volleyball team battled all the way to their 2nd place finish in the gold bracket. Thank you to the athletes and parents for your time and dedication.

    PRE-PAY ​lunch for the year, and receive a discount! If you pay before October 31, the amount for the year will be $435 per student.

    CTK CLOTHING ORDER: Samples of clothing are out for you to see. Check out the table by the Pop machine. Three bulk orders will be made: October 25th, November 19th and December 7. After these dates, single orders will be processed only by request. Happy Shopping!

    For those of you who will be either dropping ​off students, picking up students, or both: When entering and exiting the campus, please remember to use the entrance on the far side of the church. PLEASE DO NOT​ use the bus entrance.

    This year, the theme for the school year is Armor Up. Devotions will be themed towards this idea. The teachers have chosen Ephesians 6:11-18 for the school Bible Scripture for this year. It begins, “Put on the full armor of God so that you can take stand against the devil’s schemes.”


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    Chapel will normally be on Wednesday mornings. The chapel designation for Sept.




    Christ the King Lutheran School believes in the Biblical concept of Matthew 18. Jesus says that if you are upset about what someone has done to you, please talk to them first. If that meeting does not resolve the problem, then come and ask for help from another person.


    Hey Parents, please remember that when you attend St. Paul or Immanuel Lutheran Churches, please fill out a record of attendance card and hand it to the elder on duty. I want to make sure that you are fulfilling your requirement for church attendance at these two churches. If you attend a different LCMS church, please grab a bulletin for me. Thanks.





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    For Information about our After School Latch Key Program, please call Mrs. Dyer at 674-8691, Unionville Campus.
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